Everton vs Liverpool Prediction, Betting Tips & Odds

Everton vs Liverpool Prediction, Betting Tips & Odds

Kick-off: 2015, 01/12/2021

Stadium: Goodison Park

TV: Amazon Prime

Everton are on a dreadful run of results but always seem able to raise their game when entertaining Merseyside rivals Liverpool.

The last four Goodison Park derbies have ended in stalemate and these neighbours have shared the spoils eight times in nine meetings at this venue.

It is a big ask for the Toffees to hold their own on current form but 5.0 for another draw is tempting enough to be our first Everton vs Liverpool prediction.

Everton Odds

Everton have gone seven games without a win and tasted defeat for the fifth time during that sequence when going down 1-0 at Brentford.

Bees striker Ivan Toney scored the only goal of the game from the penalty spot in the 24th minute.

After starting his Toffees reign in a promising manner, the pressure is now mounting on former Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez.

However, the 61-year-old Spaniard insisted: “You cannot complain about the effort and intensity the players put in.

“We didn’t deserve to lose but the reality is the team is giving everything on the pitch and you can see the togetherness of the players.

“If we consider what we did at the beginning of the season, we saw enough quality to know we can be doing much better.”

Getting Abdoulaye Doucoure back from injury was a plus point and Richarlison will return from suspension on Wednesday.

Everton have drawn with Manchester United and Tottenham during the current cold streak, so big occasions do not faze them.

Looking at the 9.5 for a 1-1 stalemate.

Last Everton line-up: Pickford, Keane, Digne, Godfrey, Coleman, Allan, Townsend, Doucoure, Iwobi, Gordon, Rondon.

Liverpool Odds

Liverpool are just two points off the top of the table after beating Arsenal and Southampton 4-0 on home turf in their last couple of domestic matches.

Diogo Jota hit a double versus Saints on Saturday before Thiago and Virgil van Dijk wrapped up a convincing victory.

Jota now has seven league goals for the campaign and only trails team-mate Mohamed Salah and Leicester striker Jamie Vardy in the Golden Boot table.

Jurgen Klopp said of last year’s £41million recruit from Wolves: “An exceptional player, exceptional boy.

“A perfect signing, as he has everything a Liverpool player in this squad needs.

“He has the technical skills, he has the physical skills and he is very smart, so can learn all the tactical stuff quickly.

“He can also play the three forward positions and the number 10. He has the speed and desire to finish things off.”

Let’s add 3.8 for Jota to be the first scorer for the Reds to our Everton vs Liverpool betting tips.

For those wanting a big pay-out, it is 34.0 for Jota to break the deadlock but the match to end up drawn.

Last Liverpool line-up: Alisson, Van Dijk, Konate, Robertson, Alexander-Arnold, Fabinho, Thiago, Henderson, Jota, Mane, Salah.

Additional stats

Player statistic

1st half
    10' Goal Jordan Henderson
(Assist: Andrew Robertson)
Andros Townsend Yellow card 16'    
    20' Goal Mohamed Salah
(Assist: Jordan Henderson)
Allan Yellow card 31'    
Demarai Gray
(Assist: Richarlison)
Goal 38'    
    39' Yellow card Thiago
Lucas Digne Yellow card 40'    
Demarai Gray Yellow card 44'    
2nd half
    63' Yellow card Andrew Robertson
    64' Goal Mohamed Salah
    79' Goal Diogo Jota
(Assist: Andrew Robertson)
    80' Yellow card Virgil van Dijk

Match statistic

31
Possession
69
8
Total shots
16
2
Shots on target
7
2
Shots off target
5
4
Blocked shots
4
3
Corners
11
3
Offsides
1
8
Fouls
16

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